What caused your clamping injury?
To people who have ever had a clamping-related injury—I’m thinking especially of T-Veins and severe or permanent discoloration—but anything as a result of clamping: what do you think (primarily) caused it?
I ask because I’ve cautiously taken up clamping with some success lately and am wondering about how to most safely go about intensifying it later on down the road. That is, right now I’m doing a very conservative one set of five minutes once a day with one clamp and maintaining a pretty much full erection the whole time or most of the time. I’m going to stick with this for the time being, but since it doesn’t seem to be fatiguing me that much I can predict I’ll want to intensify it sometime in the not too distant future—but I don’t want to risk T-veins, permanent discoloration, etc.
So, I’m just wondering what types of intensity (too long, too much pressure, too many sets, manual manipulation, etc.) caused most people’s injuries. Also, if enough people respond, maybe it will also be a good resource for others looking to get into clamping or safely intensify their current routine.
Began @ 6.25 NBPEL X 5.00 EG, Now @ 7.00 NBPEL X 5.00 EG, Goal: 8.0 NBPEL X 6.00 EG
Last edited by Osu-danuki : 08-11-2010 at .